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13-17 July

Summer Transportation Institute Camp
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17 August

College of Engineering New Faculty Orientation
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21 August

Fall Faculty & Staff Meeting
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Using NASA Data to Show How Raindrops Could Save Rupees

Using NASA Data to Show How Raindrops Could Save Rupees

Rainwater could save people in India a bucket of money, according to a new study by scientists looking at NASA satellite data.Read more...

First Graduates Receive New Petroleum Engineering Degree

First Graduates Receive New Petroleum Engineering Degree

The first set of graduates of the University of Utah's new petroleum engineering master's degree program talk about their experience in the course.Read more...

U Engineers Create New Water Center

U Engineers Create New Water Center

The University of Utah has partnered with the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology in Pakistan to create a center that will research global water issues.Read more...

Computing At the Speed of Light

Computing At the Speed of Light

University of Utah engineers have developed a new beamsplitter for silicon photonics that could lead to computers operating millions of times faster.Read more...

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Kam Leang: Robots Rule

Kam Leang: Robots Rule

In the killing fields of Cambodia, University of Utah mechanical engineering associate professor, Kam Leang, lived a childhood marred by gunfire and constant hunger. Thanks to a family in Tremonton, Leang landed in the safer, greener pastures of Utah, and he is now forging a successful career in robotics.

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